ISLAMABAD (APP) - Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Sunday said that terrorists were common enemies of humanity and world community should join hands to eliminate this menace. He was briefing Saudi journalists, according to a message received here from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Malik said that terrorists and extremists were not Muslims and they were defaming Islam. The minister said that Pakistan had rendered tremendous sacrifices in fight against terrorism and the world had recognized its sacrifices. He said that Osama bin Laden was dead and those who claim otherwise should come out with proofs. The minister said, Pakistan always looks to Saudi Arabia and considers it a uniting force for the Ummah. He appreciated the Saudi leadership for initiating the interfaith dialogue and harmony amongst cultures and religions. The minister said that Pakistani community was playing an important role in the development and prosperity of Saudi Arabia as well as Pakistan. He said steps have been taken to facilitate expatriates in Saudi Arabia and thanked the Saudi leadership for facilitating Pakistanis in the Kingdom. He also lauded the Saudi leadership for assisting Pakistan in difficult times. Later, the interior minister called on Assistant Saudi Interior Minister Prince Muhammad bin Naif and discussed matters of mutual interests and the ways and means to strengthen the existing relations between the two countries. Malik apprised Prince Naif about the latest situation in the region and Pakistans efforts to fight terrorism and curb extremism. He said that Pakistan and Saudi Arabias relations were time-tested and beyond material considerations. The minister said that the leadership and the people of Pakistan have high regards for the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, the leadership and the people of Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Assistant Interior Minister appreciated Pakistans role in the fight against terrorism and extremism.